EDUC 221 - Differentiation Project
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The class starts out with playing their new ensemble piece. Until everyone messes up in a part they haven't understood in class.
The teacher, Bea Blue, uses this opportunity to teach everyone the rhythm based on their teaching style.
Miss Bea tells the class about differentiation. She says that differentiation can be used to help the students learn the confusing rhythm.
Grace Green learns best with a linguistic or verbal approach. Miss Bea shows Grace how to use this by saying the rhythm out loud.
Danny Daffodil learns best with a spatial or visual approach. Miss Bea shows Danny how to use this by asking him to write the rhythm on the board.
Rachel Red learns best with an aural or auditory approach. Miss Bea shows her how to use this by having her listen to the rhythm and then tapping it out
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